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... 48 Table A1 provides detailed comments from the 35 airport respondents related to the number of dedicated and collateral duty staff participating in safety-related programs. See the section in chapter four "Staff Dedicated and Collateral Duties" for additional information.
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... 49 As discussed in chapter five, Table A2 provides a list of existing airline, charter, and maintenance voluntary reporting programs. TABLE A1 (continued)
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... 50 TABLE A2 (continued) Sources: All information was retrieved from multiple Internet searches using www.Google.com resulting in the links in the last table column with the month of September 2013.
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... 51 Table A3 provides a summary of respondent comments by data use for preventive measures, as discussed in chapter seven. TABLE A3 DATA USED FOR PREVENTIVE MEASURES, RESPONDENT COMMENTS Type Comment Construction Management Formal SRAs for construction efforts provided hazard identification Construction Management SRA for construction provided safety information Construction Management Construction safety and construction safety mitigations were developed as a result of conducting a formal SRA Construction Management Construction SRA was performed and safety information was collected and used for construction oversight Construction Management SRAs provide preventive data for risk management Maintenance Management Preventive maintenance program provides proactive information for maintenance management Maintenance Management Preventive maintenance program; data are used to manage maintenance Maintenance Management ARFF truck maintenance; information is tracked and used to manage oversight Operations Management Ground handling procedures improved through safety data collection and analysis Operations Management Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs)
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... 52 Table A4 provides detailed responses from chapter seven regarding data collection and the duration required to identify trends.
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... 53 A summary of most significant challenges from safety data collection is presented in chapter eight; Table A6 provides a list of comments from the surveyed airports. Note that not all respondents provided comments.
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... 54 A summary of final comments from survey respondents is presented in chapter eight; Table A7 provides a list of comments. Note that not all respondents provided comments.
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... 55 TABLE A7 (continued) Hub Size Comments Medium Despite the fact that Part 139 is reactive, standard mitigations are part of 139 oversight, which ensures we continue to operate safely.

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